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KIA Quiz #22: Pack it up, pack it in

KIA Quiz #22: Pack it up, pack it in

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A server may accumulate a great many backup folders from the installation of Service Packs. If the server has been running dependably for quite some time, you can usually remove the SP uninstall files and free up 25-100 MB per Service Pack. To do this you can:

a. Delete them from a hidden folder in the %Systemroot% directory
b. Delete the corresponding registry key
c. Uninstall the Service Pack in 'Add/Remove Programs'
d. All of the above
e. Spend the time playing Pac Man instead

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